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- June,2023(part6) -
30 Jun, 2023
Motor show event “Bangkok Auto Salon” kicked off at Impact Muang Thong Thani
The motor show "Bangkok Auto Salon 2023", which exhibits modified cars and parts for modified cars, started on June 28, 2023 at the convention center "Impact Muang Thong Thani".

Outline of "Bangkok Auto Salon" is as follows
Dates: June 28, 2023 to July 2, 2023
time:
June 28th (Wed) - 30th (Fri) 12:00 - 21:30
July 1st (Sat)-2nd (Sun) 11:00 - 21:30
Location: Challenger Hall 3, Impact Muang Thong Thani
Official Website: Bangkok Auto Salon
Tickets: ThaiTicket Major







29 Jun, 2023
The number of foreign visitors to Thailand in May 2023 is about 2.14 million, flat from 2.18 million in April 2023
The Ministry of Tourism and Sports (MOTS) has released statistics on the number of foreigners entering Thailand in May 2023.

According to data released by MOTS, the number of foreigners who entered Thailand in May 2023 was 2,013,852.

The number of foreigners entering Thailand in April 2023 was 2,182,100, so the number of foreigners entering Thailand remained flat with a slight decrease. There was a slight decrease from March 2023 to April 2023 as well, and this is probably due to the fact that many tourists avoided the heat wave in April and May, and that there were no major consecutive holidays in countries other than Japan.

The ranking of the number of people entering Thailand in May 2023 by country is as follows.
1. Malaysia 373,922
2. China 285,547
3. India 149,053
4. South Korea 103,031
5. Vietnam 91,661
6. Singapore 79,864
7. Laos 77,328
8. Indonesia 62,203
9. USA 62,058
10. Hong Kong 59,242
11. Russian 58,467
12. Japan 53,744
13. Taiwan 51,224
14. Cambodia 51,160
15. Australia 51,069
16. United Kingdom 49,438
17. Germany 41,418
18. Philippines 35,865
19. Myanmar 32,369
20. France 28,999
21. Canada 13,969
22. Saudi Arabia 13,431
23. Netherlands 13,134
24. Israel 11,191
25. Bangladesh 10,853

For comparison with the previous month, the following is the ranking of the number of arrivals by country in September, October, November, December 2022, and January, February, March and April 2023.

The ranking of the number of people entering Thailand in April 2023 by country is as follows.
1. Malaysia 401,394
2. China 328,414
3. India 133,312
4. Russian Federation 115,706
5. South Korea 95,830
6. Vietnam 84,346
7. United States of America 72,139
8. United Kingdom 71,640
9. Laos 67,930
10. Hong Kong (China) 67,897
11. Indonesia 63,952
12. Singapore 62,845
13. Australia 59,122
14. Taiwan 56,627
15. Germany 55,029
16. Cambodia 45,687
17. Japan 45,258
18. France 40,724
19. Myanmar 33,737
20. Philippines 32,915

The ranking of the number of people entering Thailadn in March 2023 by country is as follows.
1. Malaysia 326,930
2. China 269,773
3. Russian Federation 177,805
4. India 119,474
5. South Korea 115,038
6. United States of America 84,101
7. Singapore 83,250
8. Vietnam 82,576
9. United Kingdom 81,751
10. Germany 81,511
11. Japan 60,489
12. Hong Kong (China) 55,432
13. Indonesia 53,067
14. Australia 51,746
15. France 50,019
16. Taiwan 46,635
17. Cambodia 44,496
18. Laos 43,375
19. Philippines 33,678
20. Myanmar 27,478

The ranking of the number of people entering Thailadn in February 2023 by country is as follows.
1. Malaysia 305,367
2. Russian Federation 186,103
3. South Korea 157,440
4. China 155,656
5. India 99,808
6. United States of America 81,946
7. Germany 80,284
8. France 75,188
9. United Kingdom 74,775
10. Vietnam 69,730
11. Japan 65,451
12. Singapore 60,792
13. Laos 56,042
14. Indonesia 46,915
15. Australia 45,107
16. Taiwan 42,995
17. Hong Kong (China) 41,967
18. Cambodia 41,791
19. Philippines 27,540
20. Sweden 26,030

The ranking of the number of people entering Thailadn in January 2023 by country is as follows.
1. Malaysia 288,745
2. Russian Federation 202,759
3. South Korea 169,462
4. India 103,316
5. China 91,841
6. Laos 85,353
7. United States of America 82,470
8. United Kingdom 76,815
9. Germany 73,045
10. Vietnam 71,189
11. Singapore 69,106
12.France 59,925
13. Hong Kong (China) 59,816
14. Australia 57,315
15. Taiwan Province of China 49,492
16. Japan 46,336
17. Cambodia 46,235
18. Indonesia 45,410
19. Sweden 30,972
20. Myanmar 30,764 people

The country-by-country ranking of the number of visitors in December 2022 is as follows.
1. Malaysia 398,295
2. Russia 178,324
3. India 153,528
4. Singapore 131,484
5. South Korea 130,517
6. USA 90,843
7. United Kingdom 87,376
8. Laos 77,809
9. Cambodia 71,896
10. Germany 67,326
11. Australia 61,142
12. Vietnam 59,798
13. Hong Kong 57,191
14. China 54,146
15. Japan 53,564
16. Indonesia 51,305
17. France 45,536
18. Myanmar 40,935
19. Sweden 34,193
20. Philippines 32,779

The ranking of the number of people entering Thailadn in November 2022 by country is as follows.
1. Malaysia 258,873
2. India 145,628
3. Russia 108,985
4. Singapore 101,203
5. South Korea 92,009
6. USA 79,624
7. Laos 78,606
8. Vietnam 67,925
9. United Kingdom 65,303
10. Germany 62,108
11. Cambodia 54,907
12. Japan 46,020
13. Indonesia 45,244
14. Australia 44,792
15. France 40,854
16. Hong Kong 40,382
17. China 37,113
18. Philippines 32,365
19. Myanmar 30,625
20. Taiwan 21,430

The ranking of the number of people entering Thailadn in October 2022 by country is as follows.
1. Malaysia 316,537
2. India 126,606
3. Laos 86,591
4. South Korea 73,225
5. Vietnam 71,228
6. Singapore 68,148
7. USA 57,302
8. United Kingdom 51,992
9. Germany 45,707
10. Cambodia 44,540
11. Russia 44,314
12. Australia 43,827
13. Japan 37,186
14. Indonesia 35,563
15. China 35,410
16. France 32,104
17. Philippines 29,018
18. Hong Kong 27,299
19. Israel 18,430
20. Myanmar 16,506

The ranking of the number of people entering Thailadn in September 2022 by country is as follows.
1. Malaysia 332,493
2. India 116,386
3. Laos 83,891
4. Singapore 69,957
5. Vietnam 64,559
6. South Korea 58,552
7. Cambodia 54,379
8. USA 38,704
9. Australia 38,041
10. Japan 36,535
11. United Kingdom 35,530
12. Germany 32,594
13. China 32,302
14. Indonesia 30,892
15. Myanmar 24,865
16. Israel 24,218
17. Philippines 21,411
18. France 18,468
19. Russia 15,900
20. Spain 10,498
28 Jun, 2023
Plan to build 4 monorail lines in Pattaya comes up
The area around Pattaya Station is currently under development as a high-speed rail station connecting three airports: Don Muang Airport, Suvarnabhumi Airport, and U-Tapao Airport.

The city of Pattaya has announced plans to tackle traffic congestion by introducing four monorail lines through the city, starting with the construction of a 9.9-kilometer 'Green Line' route connecting the high-speed rail station to Bali Hai Pier.

A public hearing was recently held, chaired by Pattaya Deputy Mayor Manote Nongyai and attended by local residents and representatives from the public and private sectors. During the hearing, views were exchanged on the feasibility study and environmental impact assessment (EIA) for the development of the monorail.

At the public hearing, four monorail routes were proposed: Green Line, Yellow Line, Purple Line, and Red Line.

Among the four lines, the green line will be constructed first. The Green Line will be built along the high-speed railway linking Don Mueang, Suvarnabhumi and U-Tapao. The Green Line has 13 stations and runs from the high speed train station to Bali Hai Pier, making it easy for tourists to transfer to the boat dock to Koh Larn.

The development project will divides into three phases.

In the first phase (2021-2026), parallel to the construction of the Green Line, the Yellow Line, a double-track railway project connecting the Chonburi and Sattahip districts, will also be built.

In the second phase (2027-2031), the Purple Line will be built to connect Nong Prue Municipality with 8 Muang Pattaya schools in Bang Lamung district.

In the third phase (2032-2036), the Red Line will be built to connect the Eastern National Sports Training Center on Chaiyapruek 2 Road with the Dolphin Roundabout.







27 Jun, 2023
Thailand's tourism revenue reaches 959 billion baht in January-May 2023
The Thai Tourism Authority (TAT) has announced that Thailand's tourism revenue will reach 959 billion baht from January to May 2023, of which nearly two-thirds will be from overseas tourists. .

TAT hopes to welcome at least 25 million overseas tourists in the next seven months, and by the end of 2023, TAT expects that Thailand's tourism revenue will reach 2.38 trillion baht, which is about 80% of 3 trillion baht recorded in 2019..

TAT is also helping Thailand's each province to showcase their unique arts, culture and tourist attractions to attract tourists to alleviate overcrowding in major tourist destinations such as Bangkok, Chiang Mai and Phuket. TAT has set a goal of welcoming 30-35 million foreign tourists in 2024.







26 Jun, 2023
Bangkok Chinatown area around 22 July Circle becomes pedestrian zone until June 30, 2023
The area around 22 July Circle in Bangkok's Chinatown will become a pedestrian zone from 2:00 pm to 10:00 pm from June 21-30, 2023.

This pedestrian mall is a tourism activation project by the Bangkok Metropolitan Government and others, and stalls such as food and special products will be opened. There will also be street performances by the students.
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